Seven Degrees Core Values

Work with Nice Clients. Money isn’t everything.  Seven Degrees clients should be kind and treat our team with respect.

Serve. Serving the community is good karma.  Whether it’s community service or the industry,  we put in to get more out.

Work Hard. Play Hard. Time off is important.  Being busy and overworked is not a badge of honor.

Be Ethical. If it doesn’t feel right, we don’t have to do it. Money isn’t everything.

Our work may not always be perfect, but it will never be mediocre. We must move things out the door and over tweaking doesn’t always make a better product.  However, it’s not hard to be two-levels above crap.

Always Improve. Learn something new every day and learn from mistakes.

Be a Connector. Ask every day, how you can help someone achieve their goals.

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